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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

7th Pay Commission latest news: Implement 7CPC recommendations in favor of employees and pensioners, says J&K National Mazdoor Conference leader

On Monday leader of National Mazdoor Conference, (NMC) in Jammu and Kashmir urged Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to take up the issue of implementation of Seventh Pay Commission in favor of employees and pensioners who are eagerly waiting for their money.

New Delhi, October 24: Almost three months after the 7th Pay Commission recommendations approved by the Narendra Modi government, the decision maker are yet to implement it. Earlier there were reports that the recommendation made by the high-level 7th Pay Commission committee will be implemented in Dusshera, but the festival has passed and there are no signs when the measures will be taken. On Monday leader of National Mazdoor Conference, (NMC) in Jammu and Kashmir urged Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to take up the issue of implementation of Seventh Pay Commission in favor of employees and pensioners who are eagerly waiting for their money.

Subhash Shastri, President of NMC on Monday wrote a letter to J&K Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti to regularise the services of 61,000 daily rated workers. On Sunday Shastri addressed a number of NMC workers and said that more than eight lakh families of the State are dependent upon salary, pension, and wages. He also said that the State Government of Jammu and Kashmir should always give due attention towards various issues and problems of the employees, pensioners, and daily rated workers.

Shastri further stressed on the need of implementation of 7th Pay Commission saying that the daily rated workers get only Rs 350 for working in a various department of the state government. That department had already been approved by the Central Government as Minimum Wage Rate, on which Shastri further argued that it is difficult for each and every government employees to fulfill their basic need in the time of hiking prices of essential commodities

On Sunday the NMC adopted several resolutions which included release of pending wages, salary, and pension in favor of employees, pensioners and daily wage workers well before Diwali festival starts

Several resolutions were adopted at the meeting include the release of pending wages, salary and pension in favor employees, pensioners, and daily rated workers well before Diwali festival beside the release of pending installment of DA due from July etc. Now the NMC workers are waiting for government’s reply, which is expected soon.

On the other side the central government employees unions, National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) had demanded a hike of Rs 18,000 to Rs 26,000 and also asked to raise the fitment factor 3.68 times from 2.57 times. For which the Narendra Modi government had also formed a 22-member high-powered committee headed by Secretary. In July the Narendra Modi government has accepted most of the recommendations made by the high-powered panel on of the 7th Pay Commission, which has been implemented from January 1, 2016

Read at:;http://www.india.com/news/india/7th-pay-commission-latest-news-implement-7cpc-recommendations-in-favour-of-employees-and-pensioners-says-jk-national-mazdoor-conference-leader-1614405/

Babus looking for clarification on 7th CPC Bunching Benefit

7th Pay Commission recommended for bunching of two stages in the report para 5.1.36 , “however if situation does arise whenever more than two stages are bunched together, one additional increment equal to 3 percent may be given for every two stages bunched, and pay fixed in the subsequent cell in the pay matrix.”

Also Government released order on7th September 2016, with the following instructions

1. One additional increment shall be given for every two stages bunched and the pay of Government servant drawing higher pay in pre-revised structure shall be fixed at the next vertical Cell in the applicable Level

2. Pay drawn by two Government servants in a given Pay Band and Grade Pay or scale where the higher pay is at least 3% more than the lower pay shall constitute two stages. Officers drawing pay where the difference is less than 3% shall not be entitled for this benefit.


if two persons drawing pay of 53,000 and 54,590 in the GP 10,000 are to be fitted in the new Pay Matrix, the person drawing pay of 53,000 on multiplication by a factor of 2.57 will expect a pay corresponding to 1,36,210 and the person drawing pay of 54,590 on multiplication by a factor of 2.57 will expect a pay corresponding to 1,40,296. Revised pay of both should ideally be fixed in the first cell of Level 14 in the pay of 1, 44,200 but to avoid bunching the person drawing pay of 54,590 will get fixed in second cell of Level 14 in the pay of 1,48,500.

Here is the table for bunching benefit for each Grade Pay
Grade Pay6th CPC
Basic Pay
Multiply with 2.577th CPC Basic PayBunching Benefit
(PB 3)
21630 to 22270555895610057800
22280 to 22940572605780059500
22950 to 23630589815950061300
23640 to 24340607556130063100
24350 to 25080625796310065000
25090 to 25840644816500067000
25850 to 26620664356700069000
26630 to 27420684396900071100
27430 to 28250704957110073200
28260 to 29100726287320075400
29110 to 29980748137540077700
29990 to 30880770747770080000
30890 to 31810793878000082400
31820 to 32770817778240084900
32780 to 33760842458490087400
33770 to 34780867898740090000
34790 to 35830894109000092700
35840 to 36910921099270095500
36920 to 38020948849550098400
38030 to 391709773798400101400
39180 to 40350100693101400104400
40360 to 41570103725104400107500
41580 to 42820106861107500110700
42830 to 44110110073110700114000
44120 to 45440113388114000117400
45450 to 46810116807117400120900
46820 to 48220120327120900124500
48230 to 49670123951124500128200
49680 to 51170127678128200132000
51180 to 52710131533132000136000
52720 to 54300135490136000140100
54310 to 55930139577140100144300
55940 to 57610143766144300148600
57620 to 59340148083148600153100
59350 to 61130152530153100157700
61140 to 62970157130157700162400
62980 to 64860161859162400167300
660026120 to 26900671286770069700
26910 to 27710691596970071800
27720 to 28550712407180074000
28560 to 29410733997400076200
29420 to 30300756097620078500
30310 to 31210778977850080900
31220 to 32150802358090083300
32160 to 33120826518330085800
33130 to 34120851448580088400
34130 to 35150877148840091100
35160 to 36210903619110093800
36220 to 37300930859380096600
37310 to 38420958879660099500
38430 to 395809876599500102500
39590 to 40770101746102500105600
40780 to 42000104805105600108800
42010 to 43270107966108800112100
43280 to 44570111230112100115500
44580 to 45910114571115500119000
45920 to 47290118014119000122600
47300 to 48710121561122600126300
48720 to 50180125210126300130100
50190 to 51690128988130100134000
51700 to 53250132869134000138000
53260 to 54850136878138000142100
54860 to 56500140990142100146400
56510 to 58200145231146400150800
58210 to 59950149600150800155300
59960 to 61750154097155300160000
61760 to 63610158723160000164800
63620 to 65520163503164800169700
65530 to 67490168412169700174800
67500 to 69520173475174800180000
69530 to 71610178692180000185400
71620 to 73760184063185400191000
73770 to 75980189589191000196700
75990 to 78260195294196700202600
760030390 to 31300781027880081200
31310 to 32240804678120083600
32250 to 33210828838360086100
33220 to 34210853758610088700
34220 to 35240879458870091400
35250 to 36300905939140094100
36310 to 37390933179410096900
37400 to 38520961189690099800
38530 to 396809902299800102800
39690 to 40880102003102800105900
40890 to 42110105087105900109100
42120 to 43380108248109100112400
43390 to 44690111512112400115800
44700 to 46040114879115800119300
46050 to 47430118348119300122900
47440 to 48860121921122900126600
48870 to 50330125596126600130400
50340 to 51850129374130400134300
51860 to 53410133280134300138300
53420 to 55020137289138300142400
55030 to 56680141427142400146700
56690 to 58390145693146700151100
58400 to 60150150088151100155600
60160 to 61960154611155600160300
61970 to 63820159263160300165100
63830 to 65740164043165100170100
65750 to 67720168978170100175200
67730 to 69760174066175200180500
69770 to 71860179309180500185900
71870 to 74020184706185900191500
74030 to 76250190257191500197200
76260 to 78540195988197200203100
890050580 to 52090129991131100135000
52100 to 53660133897135000139100
53670 to 55280137932139100143300
55290 to 56940142095143300147600
56950 to 58650146362147600152000
58660 to 60410150756152000156600
60420 to 62230155279156600161300
62240 to 64100159957161300166100
64110 to 66030164763166100171100
66040 to 68020169723171100176200
68030 to 70070174837176200181500
70080 to 72180180106181500186900
72190 to 74350185528186900192500
74360 to 76590191105192500198300
76600 to 78890196862198300204200
78900 to 81260202773204200210300
1000054590 to 56220140296144200148500
56230 to 57910144511148500153000
57920 to 59650148854153000157600
59660 to 61440153326157600162300
61450 to 63290157927162300167200
63300 to 65190162681167200172200
65200 to 67150167564172200177400
67160 to 69170172601177400182700
69180 to 71250177793182700188200
71260 to 73390183138188200193800
73400 to 75600188638193800199600
75610 to 77870194318199600205600
77880 to 80210200152205600211800

7000 – No Bunch
7210 – No Bunch
7430 – Bunched to next level due to equal pay for 7210 & 7430 (highlighted in Green)
7660 – After bunching both 7430 & 7660 7th CPC pay is 19700
7890 – Both 7660 & 78990 7th CPC pay is 20300
8130 – Both 7890 & 8130 7th CPC pay is 20900
8380 onwards – No Bunch
Now question is whether 7660, 7890 & 8130 is eligible for bunching or not? this is the situation for most of the Entry Pay.

Central Government Employees seeking detailed clarification for bunching benefit for each level.

Source ::http://www.babusnews.com

Dearness Allowance announcement before Diwali ?

Usually Government approves the dearness allowance during the 1st week of September and release the government order in 3rd or 4th week of September, but this year government not yet approved dearness allowance from 1.7.2016.

 After 7th Pay Commission Implementation the dearness allowance computation formula & the base year must be changed, the computation formula & base year changed in the earlier pay commission also

Pay Commission Base Year

3rd Pay Commission 1960 =100
4th Pay Commission 1982=100
5th Pay Commission 1982=100
6th Pay Commission 2001=100
7th Pay Commission 2011=100 (expected)

During September 1st week JCM Staff side Secretary writes letter to Ministry of Finance with the subject “Future computation of Dearness Allowance and adoption base index figure to Revised Minimum Wage”, in this letter Union demands to grant of 3% dearness allowance with effect from 1.7.2016, even though there is no official announcement from the government. Even all the state government employees are waiting for the announcement from the Central government.

And again last week Union writes letter to the Secretary, Ministry of Finance to grant the dearness allowance at the earliest.

Dearness allowance from 1.7.2016 should be 3%

Dearness Allowance (DA) Formula after 7th Pay Commission (assumption)

=((12 Months Average of AICPIN)-261.4)*100/261.4)

All the government employees are eagerly waiting for the announcement from the government. As per the source the dearness allowance announcement will be released before Diwali festival. Hope this announcement will be a Diwali gift for Central government employees.

Source ::http://www.babusnews.com

Meeting held on 7th CPC issues under the Chairmanship of Addl: Secretary (Exp), Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance

National Federation of Indian Railwaymen
Affiliated to :
Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC)
International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF)

No.NFIR/7th CPC (imp)/2016 (MoF)
Dated: 24/10/2016
The General Secretaries of
Affiliated Unions of NFIR

Dear brother,

Sub:  Meeting held on 7th CPC issues under the Chairmanship of Addl: Secretary (Exp), Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance— reg.

A meeting was held between the Addl Secretary (Exp), Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, Government of India and Staff Side, NC/JCM (Standing Committee Members) at Room No.72, North Block, New Delhi, this day 24/10/2016. In the said meeting, discussions were held on “Revision of Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor”. The JCM Standing Committee members have explained elaborately and urged for quick action for the revision of Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor.

The Official Side stated that attempts will be made to find a way out for resolving both the issues. On behalf of NFIR, the meeting was attended by JCM (Staff Side) Leader M. Raghavaiah, Standing Committee members S/Shri Guman Singh, R.P. Bhatnagar & K.S. Murty.

Yours fraternally,
(Dr M. Raghavaiah)
General Secretary

Copy to File No.IV/NC/JCM/COR.
Copy to File No.IV/NFIR/SCM/Pt.VI.
Copy to File No.IV/NC-JCM/Pt.IV.

Source :http://www.nfirindia.org/
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Staff Side, National Council(JCM), to discuss the issues of Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor.

Shiva Gopal Mishra

Ph.: 23382286
National Council (Staff Side)
Joint Consultative Machinery
Central Government Employees
13-C, Ferozshah Road, New Delhi – 110001
E Mail : nc.jcm.np@gmail.com

Dated: October 24, 2016
All Constituents of NC/JCM

Dear Comrades!
Sub: Brief of the meeting held today with Addl. Secretary (Exp.), Deptt. of Exp., MoF(Govt. of India) to discuss the recommendations of the 7th CPC

A meeting was held today between the Addl. Secretary (Exp.), Deptt. of Exp., MoF(Govt. of India) and Staff Side, National Council(JCM), to discuss the issues of Minimum Wage and Multiplying Factor.

The Staff Side explained in detail about the amendments required in Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula.

The Official Side mentioned that, they are trying to find out some solution to resolve the issues of Minimum Wage and Fitment Formula raised by the Staff Side.

Comradely yours,
(Shiva Gopal Mishra)
Secretary(Staff Side)
NC/JCM & Convener

Source: http://ncjcmstaffside.com/
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Employee can exceed earned leave limit: HC

Lays down law for calculating accumulated unutilised leave

In a significant judgment, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has ruled that the accumulated unutilised leave of an employee cannot be reduced to 300 days even if he is entitled to leave encashment for a maximum of 300 days.

The ruling came in case of Haryana Government employees after the High Court was told that accumulated earned leave was reduced to 300 days time and again during the course of service on the assumption that they were entitled to a maximum of 300 days earned leave.

Eventually, when the time came for encashment of unutilised earned leave, they were granted the benefit for lesser number of days.

“If an employee is entitled to leave encashment for a maximum limit of 300 days, that does not mean that the accumulated unutilised leave is to be reduced to 300 days if it exceeds the limit. The earned leave will continue to accumulate till the retirement of the petitioners and the petitioners are to be granted the maximum benefit of 300 days, as stated in the rules,” Justice Kuldip Singh ruled.

The ruling came on a petition by Jaipal Phogat and another petitioner against the State of Haryana and other respondents. Justice Kuldip Singh asserted the “unfortunate controversy” was regarding the method used to calculate unutilised earned leave of petitioners Jaipal Phogat and Jaibhagwan.

Retired mechanics, the petitioners had claimed that they were entitled to leave encashment of 300 days unutilised earned leave. Petitioner number one was is entitled to 300 days leave encashment, but was granted the benefit of 257 days. Petitioner number two, on the other hand, was entitled to 268 days leave encashment, but was granted the benefit of 211 days.

During the course of the hearing, Justice Kuldip Singh asked both parties to file calculation sheets. He added that the examination of calculation sheet regarding Phogat showed mischief was done while calculating unutilised earned leave on April 27, 1999, May 22, 2003, and October 31, 2007.

The unutilised earned leave for 362 days, 375 days and 335 days, respectively, was reduced to 300 days on the assumption that the petitioner was entitled to a maximum of 300 days earned leave.
Similarly, in Jaibhagwan’s case, earned leave was reduced on August 11, 2002, May 22, 2003, and August 22, 2003, from 308 days, 307 days and 305 days, respectively.

“The calculation done by the respondents is not only mischievous, but wrong application of the principle of calculation of unutilised earned leave is also there. As such, the calculations made by the petitioners are accepted and that of the respondents are set aside,” the High Court ruled.

Read at:http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/haryana/employee-can-exceed-earned-leave-limit-hc/310111.html

Gujarat government employees to be paid early Diwali salaries

AHMEDABAD: Following representations from several government employee unions, the Gujarat government on Friday has decided to release salaries of its own employees early. This decision has been taken so that employees get their Diwali perk early.

While speaking to press persons deputy Chief Minister Shri Nitin Patel, said that the salaries for the month of October will be paid five days early, which is by October 24. There is a total of 4.66 lakh employees in the state government employees in various departments.

This year, the state government will be paying almost Rs 2,000 crore in salaries to these employees on an advance date. It was in July that the state government had announced that it will implement the recommendations of the seventh pay commission following the lines of the central announcement. Employees of class-4 to class-1 as per the recommendations will now get a hike of 14.60 per cent to 25 per cent in their salaries.

Earlier, Gujarat government spokesperson and state Finance Minister Saurabh Patel had said that the government may have to bear an extra burden of Rs 6,000 crore annually if it decides to implement the pay hike suggested by the 7th Pay Commission.

Read at :http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/ahmedabad/Gujarat-government-employees-to-be-paid-early-Diwali-salaries/articleshow/54986110.cms

Recommendations of Seventh CPC with regard to Firefighting Staff

Government of India
Ministry of Personnel P.G & pensions
Department of Personnel and Training

North Block, New Delhi
Dated: 17th Oct, 2016


Sub: Recommendations of Seventh CPC with regard to Firefighting Staff.

The undersigned is directed to refer to para.7.7.24 of the report of 7th CPC wherein it has been recommended for drafting of Model Recruitment Rules for the Firefighting Staff of all Central Government Departments and UTs with similar designation and pay structure.

2. In view of the above it is requested to furnish information on the following points:
I. Whether Firefighting Staff is existing, if yes, the hierarchy and the strength in each grade/level thereof;

II. Copy of the existing Recruitment Rules for all the levels.

III. Comments on the recommendations of 7th CPC.

(Shukdeo Sah)
Under Secretary (RR-II)

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Revision of pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners vide 0M No.F.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013

Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Department of School Education & Literacy
UT-2 Section

The Commissioner,
Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan,
18, Institutional Area,
Shaheed Jit Singh Marg,
New Delhi- 110016

New Delhi, dated 18th October, 2016

Subject:- Revision of pension of Pre-2006 Pensioners vide 0M No.F.38/37/08-P&PW(A) dated 28.01.2013-reg.

I am directed to refer to KVS’s letter No.1-1/2015/KVS/JC(Fin) dated 26.05.2016 on the subject mentioned above and to clarify that in respect of the Principals of KVS who retired before 01.01.2006, their pension arid family pension would have to be fixed with respect to the amounts indicated in Column 9 and 10 of the Annexure to D/o P&PW 0M dated 28.01.9013 corresponding to the scale of pay applicable prior to 01.01.2006 i.e. Rs.12600/- and Rs.7560/- respectively. Same criteria would hold good in respect of other category of employees also.

Yours faithfully,
Deputy Secretary to the Govt. of India


Dearness Allowance likely to come as Diwali gift for central government employees

New Delhi: The government is likely to announce the much awaited Dearness Allowance for government employees just before Diwali.

The announcement of DA, which comes into effect from July, is already late by around a month. Usually, central government approves the allowance in the first week of September, and the order is released in the third or fourth week of September.

Earlier, media reports attributed the delay in announcement to extremely tight schedule of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and his foreign visits.

During the first week of September, the Secretary​ of the JCM Staff side wrote to the Ministry of Finance with the subject “Future computation of Dearness Allowance and adoption base index figure to Revised Minimum Wage”,and sought granting  of 3% dearness allowance with effect from July 1. The unions are of the view that after the implementation of 7th Pay Commission, the dearness allowance computation formula and the base year must be changed as it did when the 6th Pay Commission got implmented.

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